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South Derbyshire
DE73 7JU
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Ticknall Church


Site Features

  • National Trust Property

Property Facilities

  • Dogs accepted
  • Gift shop
  • Postbox
  • Public toilets
  • Telephone (public)


  • Children welcome


  • Disabled access


Map & Directions

Road Directions

Situated on the A514 between Derby and Swadlincote.

Accessible by Public Transport: Derby station is 8 miles away.

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What's Nearby

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Monday, 27th February 2017 - Monday, 27th February 2017

South Derbyshire Badger Group MeetingIllustrated talk taking place at Ticknall Village Hall by Ian Retson of the Woodland Trust, talking to us this time about his ascent of Kilimanjaro.
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Monday, 30th January 2017 - Monday, 30th January 2017

South Derbyshire Badger Group MeetingThis evening at Ticknall Village Hall we will be holding a Quiz and Social Evening (bring food to share). From 7.30pm onwards
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Friday, 24th February 2017 - Friday, 24th February 2017

"Folktales and Festivities" - TalkJoin Ticknall Preservation & Historical Society at Ticknall Village Hall for this talk by Richard Stone on a history of folktales and festivities and how these have changed over the centuries.
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Tuesday, 14th February 2017 - Tuesday, 14th February 2017

'A Day In The Life Of A Stonewaller' ~ TalkJoin Ticknall Garden Club at Ticknall Village Hall, Ingleby Lane, DE73 7JU for this talk with guest speaker Andrew Brownsmith
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Friday, 27th January 2017 - Friday, 27th January 2017

"Ashby Canal History and Restoration" ~ TalkJoin Ticknall Preservation and Historical Society at Ticknall Village Hall, Ingleby Lane, DE73 7JU, for this talk with guest speaker Geoff Pursglove; a look at the history of Ashby Canal and an update on the progress of the restoration.
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